Europe Is a ‘Re-Emerging Economy’ for U.S. Investors
Europe is now institutional investors’ No. 1 foreign investment target, followed by Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, according to a survey by Armstrong International.
Fed Might Take Backdoor Approach to Interest Rate Hike: Bill Greiner
Rather than raising the discount or fed funds rate in coming months, the Federal Reserve might strike somewhere else first, the investment strategist says.
Workers Lose $24 Billion a Year in Unclaimed 401(k) Company Matches
Lower-income and younger employees are much more likely to miss out on their employer matching contribution.
Bill Gross Lives ‘Quiet’ Life; Gives ‘Staggering’ Amount Away
Gross and his wife plan to donate nearly all their wealth. Meanwhile, they keep a low profile and go to bed early, he says.
Consumer Views on Household Spending Growth Cool in April: NY Fed
The New York Fed’s survey shows that the decline in expected spending growth was widespread, but strongest among lower-income and lower-educated respondents.
Are Investors Overestimating the Dollar?
Michael Arone, chief investment strategist for State Street, suggests that investors may be overestimating the potential growth of the U.S. dollar.
El-Erian: American Dream Is Under Threat
The Allianz chief economic advisor listed some possible solutions to income and wealth inequality, from least to most controversial.
Envestnet Acquires FinTech Company Finance Logix
Envestnet will continue to support Finance Logix's standalone financial planning software model for existing and new clients and will create a new, integrated platform.
Warren Buffett: A Different Kind of Owner—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
The legendary investor is revered for his investment philosophies and his adherence to value investing.
Are You a Contrarian or Part of the Herd?
A new analysis from Curalytics of more than 3,100 portfolios shows that there is a herd mentality among institutional investors.